Cain gets a little hot under the collar, calling Wolf "blitz" and accusing him of "oversimplifying" his statement.
It reminds me of an uncle of mine who said the London blitz was irritating.
Whether the blitz will make any difference—good or bad—to the Florence court remains to be seen.
To polish one's brass buttons, etc; prepare for inspection
[WWII armed forces; fr Blitz Cloth, trademark for a brand of metal-polishing cloth]
[fr German Blitzkrieg, ''lightning war,'' an overwhelmingly heavy and rapid attack, using tanks and other armor, bombers, etc]